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Director Claudia Bauer and her enthusiastic cast translate PeterLicht's radical rewriting of Molière's "Tartuffe" into fast-paced comedy. In it's colourful pop outfit, betrayal shines all the brighter and our present times are firmly in their sights. The seemingly pious and virtuous Tartuffe deeply impresses the wealthy Orgon and unsettles his entire family, until he is gradually caught in dishonest intentions. So far the story as told by Molière. In his radical retelling, PeterLicht takes up central motifs of the work, taking aim at our present times in the process. "A outrageous exuberant, thoroughly Pop-trendy Molière-transcription of the Cologne music writer PeterLicht. Completely unhinged and inspired." (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)"This Tartuffe is so super! Pure nonsense. A philosophy parody - surely destined to become a cult work." (Deutschlandfunk)
Director Claudia Bauer and her enthusiastic cast translate PeterLicht's radical rewriting of Molière's "Tartuffe" into fast-paced comedy. In it's colourful pop outfit, betrayal shines all the brighter and our present times are firmly in their sights. The seemingly pious and virtuous Tartuffe deeply impresses the wealthy Orgon and unsettles his entire family, until he is gradually caught in dishonest intentions. So far the story as told by Molière. In his radical retelling, PeterLicht takes up central motifs of the work, taking aim at our present times in the process. "A outrageous exuberant, thoroughly Pop-trendy Molière-transcription of the Cologne music writer PeterLicht. Completely unhinged and inspired." (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)"This Tartuffe is so super! Pure nonsense. A philosophy parody - surely destined to become a cult work." (Deutschlandfunk)
4260415080813

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Format: DVD
Label: Belvedere
Rel. Date: 01/20/2023
UPC: 4260415080813

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Director Claudia Bauer and her enthusiastic cast translate PeterLicht's radical rewriting of Molière's "Tartuffe" into fast-paced comedy. In it's colourful pop outfit, betrayal shines all the brighter and our present times are firmly in their sights. The seemingly pious and virtuous Tartuffe deeply impresses the wealthy Orgon and unsettles his entire family, until he is gradually caught in dishonest intentions. So far the story as told by Molière. In his radical retelling, PeterLicht takes up central motifs of the work, taking aim at our present times in the process. "A outrageous exuberant, thoroughly Pop-trendy Molière-transcription of the Cologne music writer PeterLicht. Completely unhinged and inspired." (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)"This Tartuffe is so super! Pure nonsense. A philosophy parody - surely destined to become a cult work." (Deutschlandfunk)
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